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Old March 28th 05, 07:44 AM
Sanny
 
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Default Are you prepared to break the Chess Game Records?

A new Chess program has been made which uses better intelligence to
beat the opponent.

To Play the Game and show your skills visit:

http://www.softtanks.com/chessgame/Chess.html

It is free for anyone to play and test your Chess skills.

(See not many sites are open else you have to reload the page. So close
other webpages before playing as it will also improve the game speed.)

This Chess Game program has many levels. from Beginner to Advance
level. So you can easily progress and view online scores.

The higher level you beat the bigger score you get.

The Better option in it is that it does not allow to take back moves,
So no one can cheat it. Works without any download.

You just have to open the page and start playing in 5 seconds.

Remember you can break the records only when you win. It gives no point
if you loose a game from high level. I suggest you start from Beginner
Level or Normal Level if you are a good player. Then increase level as
you beat smaller levels.

It is a quite new game so you will enjoy a lot. Playing for hours
together.

http://www.softtanks.com/chessgame/Chess.html

To get higher scores you have to win higher levels.

Bye
Sanjay.

To Play the Game Visit :
http://www.softtanks.com/chessgame/Chess.html

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